Sex and gender pervade nearly every aspect of our lives. Each time we use a public restroom, shop for clothes, or fill out a form, we are insistently reminded that we must be either male or female; men or women; boys or girls. Even things that ostensibly have nothing to do with sex or gender— what we eat , for example, or the books we read —are often sold to us as if they are necessarily feminine or masculine. Some of these conventions currently face challenges, some more polarizing than others.
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Adapting to endure humanity's impact on the world. It's time for legislation and education to reflect sex as a spectrum with unlimited options. Liza Brusman. The way the US thinks about sex is wrong. But as with many binaries, things are more complicated than they seem.
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I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex removes the ability of many to meaningfully discuss their lives. The backlash on Twitter has been swift and cacophonous, and headlines have followed. Non-binary people menstruate. I, a year old woman with a uterus, have not menstruated in a decade. Women are not defined by their periods.
This transformative guide completely breaks down our current understanding of biological sex and gender diversity. Introducing readers to seven variations of human sex, commonly considered intersex, the book challenges the myth that sex and gender are binary and explores the inherent diversity of biological sex and its relationship to gender identity and expression, and the impact this has on society. Examining historical, linguistic and socio-cultural understandings of sex and gender, as well as genetic and scientific definitions, the book is an important resource for dismantling gender and sexuality-based discrimination and promoting understanding and inclusivity. Co-written by one of the world's leading intersex activists and a highly respected scholar in biological sciences, and accompanied with detailed anatomical illustrations throughout, this pioneering text is the essential introduction to gender and sex diversity for gender studies, women's studies, biology and genetics courses, as well as professionals working with intersex and trans communities.